Harold Houge Death, World Championship Wrestling Star Ice Train died at age 56

Harold Houge Death – World Championship Wrestling Star Harold Houge also known as Ice Train has died. He passed away at age 56 on Tuesday 23rd January 2024. He was confirmed dead through a post that reads “It was so Sad to hear, that one of my closest brothers is gone. Harold Houge aka H aka Ice Train aka Smooth was a warrior and one of the kindest people I’ve ever known”. The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of Harold Houge’s death has not been revealed at the time of this report.

Harold Houge Career

On the edition of WorldWide that aired on July 7, 1993, Hogue made his debut in World Championship Wrestling. He did so by assuming the ring moniker Ice Train and winning a match that was handicapped. During his first ever pay-per-view performance, which took place at the famous Fall Brawl event, he defeated Shanghai Pierce and ultimately emerged victorious. Hogue was able to obtain yet another victory at Halloween Havoc by collaborating with The Shockmaster and Charlie Norris. Together, they were successful in defeating Harlem Heat and The Equalizer.

At the Clash of the Champions event, which took place on January 27, 1994, he met Ron Simmons, which was the moment that brought an end to his unbeaten record. Hogue competed in wrestling events for the Catch Wrestling Association starting in 1994 and continuing through 1995, as well as again in 1996. Specifically, he triumphed over John Hawk in the finals of the Catch Cup event in 1995, which was a significant accomplishment for him.

What you need to know about Harold Houge

Hogue made his return to World Championship Wrestling (WCW) on the episode of Saturday Night that aired on February 14, 1996. He competed against Scott Norton in a match that ended in a double countout. Hogue had been absent from WCW for the years 1994 and 1995. Norton expressed faith in the possibility of a tag team alliance with Ice Train because to the fact that their in-ring styles are comparable, despite the fact that the results were drawn. In the middle of the 2000s, Hogue found himself once again in the spotlight as a member of The New Blood faction, which was engaged in a conflict with the Millionaire’s Club.

By assuming the identity of “M. I. Smooth,” Hogue assumed the position of being the personal limo driver for Commissioner Ernest Miller. It was common for him to appear in parts alongside a number of other members of New Blood team. During the first few months of the year 2001, Smooth began a brief feud with Kanyon by participating in bouts of physical altercation with him.

Harold Houge’s obituary will be released by the family